Missions Made Possible is a non-profit organization that is committed to inspire God's people to participate in mission work.
It is the hope of Missions Made Possible that YOU will be inspired to participate in or lead a mission trip and to become an advocate for the needy at home, in our nation, or around the world.
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NEW - The World Children's Choir is coming to Anoka to perform at Mount Olive Lutheran Church on June 17, 2012. They will be in the Twin Cities from June 16th - 22nd, 2012. If you would like to have the World Children's Choir perform in your Church or event, please email Tim Beadell (email@example.com)
Missions Made Possible is pleased to announce we now support International Children's Network. International Children’s Network exists to break the cycle of poverty for orphaned and at risk children across the globe through sponsorship that will take these precious children all the way through primary school and university! If you are interested in learning more about ICN click here to go to ICN's website or go to Links for all supporting organizations.
NEW - Costa Rica 2012 Mission Trip is being planned...if you are interested in joining the mission team....Click on the Costa Rica 2012
Shepherd of the Hills Newsletter Issue 5: Click here for Shepherd Newsletter Issue #5
There is a new way you can support Missions Made Possible, purchase a copy of a newly released childrens book called The Wizard of Ants, by Raju Gandham and 5% of all proceeds will go to Missions Made Possible. Raju has great compassion for the children of developing countries.
Please click on the icon to read an overview or to purchase a copy of The Wizard of Ants.
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Missions Made Possible had one mission trip return from the mission field in September.
1) Uganda Mission Trip 2009: The trip was a success, the mission team hand delivered spiritual and humanitarian aid. We delivered God provisions to His Church/people in the Uganda by:
- Giving out 800+ sets of glasses in four different sessions
- Supplying funds to complete a church started in 2008
- Supplying funds for Hand Pump Well
- Supplying funds for Mattresses, Blankets, Mosquito Nets, Chickens, Tools, Bibles, Shoes, School supplies, Bikes, Sewing Machines, etc....
We thank God for each and everyone of you that has participated in His missions! What a joy it is to serve our God and help those in need.
We are a Christian organization that believes we are participating in God’s command to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
We may not be on the front lines in the spiritual battle anointing new believers with water, but we look at ourselves as the supply line, bringing those on the front lines who are saving souls, the instruments of salvation. We can come in and reaffirm the message being taught by us just being there, demonstrating our faith, by providing vacation bible school and other spiritual materials; we can also bring clothes, hygiene items and medical supplies to address the physical needs.
Casting Crowns, a Christian musical group states in a song “if we are the body (body of Christ), why aren’t our arms reaching, why aren’t our feet moving”. We want to demonstrate our faith by reaching out to defend the cause of the week and needy, we want to move others to get excited and participate in missions.
It is our prayer: that after participating in a mission trip, you would be motivated to share the wonderful experience you had with anyone that you come in contact with to motivate them to also participate in mission work not only by going, but by helping, sending or sponsoring.
What a joy it is to serve our God and help those in need.
For those unsure about participating in a mission trip, here is a prayer called the Prayer of Jabez. Note the last statement.
1 Chronicles 4:10 (New King James Version) 10 And Jabez called on the God of Israel saying, “Oh, that You would bless me indeed, and enlarge my territory, that Your hand would be with me, and that You would keep me from evil, that I may not cause pain!” So God granted him what he requested.